Monday, February 27, 2006

Abortion and the 51st State

(This blog is not for the faint of heart.. and it is a rebuttal to the anglofille blog...

In Sarai's defense I go to her blog by choice, I read it by choice, and I continually read it even though it makes my blood boil, she didn't force me to read it.. but I am forced to respond.

And I quote...

"It’s painful to think about how backwards America is in so many respects. How did our country get hijacked by religious fanatics? How did we lose our moral compass? Women's health care options are restricted by the government. Men's health care options are not. We now have a health care system based upon principles of gender apartheid."

We lost our moral compass a while back. It was still largely intact through the 1950's, as much as liberals are trying to paint this time as the ultra-repression... of women, homosexuals, religion... whatever. The only group that can claim any sort of repression during this time were Black people. I don't use the term African-American because it is stupid. Most black people are no more African-American than I am French-American, or Brit-American, or Who-gives-a-damn-American. But that is another topic entirely....

Our country lost its moral compass around 1960. The 60's have been a popular scapegoat for the moral U-Turn in America, and justifiably so. But my generation (whatever that is X, Y, Z... MikeandTim were both born in 1979) has done nothing but welcome and exacerbate the extreme moral decline. Anyone who fails to recognize that the founding fathers were extremely pious, very very very far right wing (by modern standards), brilliant, and desired to have a nation firmly focused on the ethical standard put forth by the Bible is completely ridiculous. There is so much written about this subject that it does an injustice and a disservice to those who have written on the subject for me to dumb it down to the extent that I already have...

America in our modern time is on the verge of becoming nothing. We will split as a nation in the next 50-100 years. It will likely be right down the redstate/bluestate line. Why? Because we have no backbone. There is widespread apathy about everything except American Idol. No moral boundaries about anything. The Women's rights movements and Gay rights movements have shown heterosexual men to be thoughtless, careless barbarians whose appetites for living are only satisfied through recreation, food, and porn/sex. We are an emasculated generation that will lead to the complete collapse of America. Want proof? Look at these topics:

1- Foreign Trade and the Growing Deficit (we are sending our money elsewhere.. other people getting rich.. not us)
2- Abortion/Birth Rate (if women aren't having kids, our population shrinks, and we have no people to sustain a country)
3- Minimum Wage/Welfare/Social Security (bankrupts our nation- along with too much spending on defense. No one in our generation is willing to work at competitive wages with workers internationally, see point 1 from here)
4- Immigration (we may allow illegal immigration and it may make me mad, but they are taking jobs no one in our generation would work anyway, to say it again)
5- Education (the dumbing down of education creates high school and college graduates who are largely incapable of competing with similar graduates internationally... if living in Japan taught me anything, it taught me this. On the flipside, no one there is smarter, they just have higher standards for education in their society and people actually value intelligence there, not celebrate stupidity.. ex: The Simpsons, Homer and Jessica)

If America is to become successful it must turn to God, give up our arrogance and feelings of "entitlement" to white-collar jobs, stop celebrating pop culture icons as our gods, and make it actually impressive to go to and graduate from College.

Here is the official andTim stance on Abortion: it should be illegal except in extreme cases. As an example, one of my friends in high school had an older sister who was pregnant. The baby was in the 3rd trimester and had no brain development. None. In this case, I am not about to tell this woman that she and her husband cannot decide to abort the pregnancy. (If you feel like you could tell them this... you are wrong and in need of help.)

However, this comprises about .1%** MAYBE of all pregnancies. I understand that an allowance in one case gives rise to the allowance of other cases, but there are some cases where the state should not intervene. That is as pro-choice as I am willing to allow myself to become. If anyone out there wants to tell me that I am not allowed to speak on this topic because I am not a woman.. well us retarded barbarian heteros are 50% responsible in 99.9%** of the cases of pregnancy.

Note to those hedonistic idiots who go around impregnating women and spreading VD's: You will get yours, in this world or the next. (Yeah, I lifted that from Gladiator)

There have been around 46 million abortions* in the US since Roe V Wade. 46 million. Those people would comprise a state with a larger population than any in the US currently. For those of us in Texas... that is DOUBLE the population of Texas. The vast majority of these abortions were nothing like the case I described above. This is the 51st State. It is a state that would be larger than any other in our country, and we have killed them all. If anyone wants to tell me that these children would have been failures or leeches on the welfare system, or any of that crap... I will tear you a new one on the basis of your blatant racism and "I'm a victim!" attitude. Don't even start thinking about a rebuttal. There is no rebuttal to murder.

As for unwanted pregnancies.. take responsibility for your actions. That covers about 99.9%** of abortion cases. The other .1% of women who are pregnant due to rape: God has a plan for your child, and it is not their fault that they were brought into existence. Who knows how many amazing creative minds and great Americans (not a Hannity reference) we have lost to abortion. As far as the argument that rapists may be granted parental rights... that potential is directly attributable to the moral backslide in this country that has come about through liberal agendas being advanced via activist judges who are the puppets of activist groups. (read: Satan in the courtroom, the ACLU post-civil rights era) This is the ultimate case of "Have your cake and eat it too". (Which is perhaps the dumbest cliche' that continues to rear its ugly head)

You want liberalism? You want moral relativism? You want abortions? You want to call abortions a health care choice? Then you get rapists with parental rights. Take it and like it.

I have much more to say, but if I waste more time blogging than working, I am going to lose my cush white-collar job. (Although, I am wearing a blue shirt with a blue collar right now. Hmmm....)

For statistics and information:

* 46 million is an andTim computation. I went to public schools, but the average abortion per year in America is conservatively 1.4 million. Roe V Wade was decided in 1973, 33 years ago. Once again, 46 million is a conservative estimate.

It's no secret that I like using the 99.9% and .1% extremes. They may be slightly off, but I would be willing to bet that they are pretty close.

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At 2/27/2006 11:38:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting address for Sarai. I really enjoy her site- not too sure about yours though


At 2/27/2006 01:12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
is a good book by Randy Alcorn called
ProLife Answers to ProChoice Arguments
I've read's a very good book

At 2/27/2006 03:46:00 PM, Blogger Lone Ranger said...

Those Wascially Wepublicans. First they end slavery, lynching, segregation, black codes and Jim Crow and now they're trying to stop Democrats from killing unorn babies. Will these fascists never stop?

At 2/28/2006 06:18:00 AM, Blogger mikeandtim said...


I will look into the book, especially if it is written as objectively as possible...

At 2/28/2006 06:21:00 AM, Blogger mikeandtim said...


For or against the post... I think with your time spent in broadcasting you've mastered double talk... although I do admire your tongue-in-cheek tone.

Am I the only one around here with an actual name? Tim.

At 3/07/2006 10:40:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting how two men think they should have a say about women's health issues. A bit backwards- don't you think? But that's the direction this country's heading anyway...

At 3/07/2006 10:53:00 AM, Anonymous Tim said...

Our gender precludes us from opinion? Hmmm....

Whereas you may feel part of an oppressed gender... the emasculation of men in this country has gone far enough... I refuse to be belittled, degraded, and stereotyped on the basis of my race (White), my religion (Protestant), my geographic identity (Texas), my sexual orientation (Hetero), or my age (26).

It is the unthinking, apathetic person who is the real danger to this country.

I cannot believe you would equate Abortion with health care. That is quite possibly the most ignorant concept I have ever considered.

And until you can put a name on your entries, your opinions and your viewpoints are null and void. You continue to espouse beliefs and actions that are perfectly representative of the spinelessness that pervades liberal culture.

At 3/07/2006 12:09:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good grief. Do you actually believe this shit you write?

At 3/07/2006 01:34:00 PM, Anonymous Tim said...

I am not trying to sound self-righteous, I apologize if it sounds that way.....

I don't feel I should speak about Women's issues necessarily, but I don't see abortion as an issue that is exclusively about women. It is a philosophical difference if nothing else.

Most people who meet me assume that I am somewhat liberal as odd as that sounds.

I drive a fuel-efficient hatchback, I recycle as much as possible, (while living in Japan I learned to love garbage separation), I listen to weird bands like Radiohead and Moby, I am a pacifist (I am sick of our often extraneous involvement in foreign wars) and one of my life goals is to help develop high-speed rail travel in the US. (Further proof of my being a card-carrying Sierra Club member). I even love France!

This being said.. upon returning to the US, I felt like it had become illegal to be a man in the way that I want to be. Heterosexual white Christian males are the targets of abuse from everyone- we are backward, bigoted, ignorant, chauvinistic, judgmental, selfish, and arrogant... at least that is the message pounded into our heads every second of every day by the Media, Television, and Hollywood.

I feel as if I represent a huge demographic who has been castrated by the feminist and homosexual movements in the US. We have been told that we are all of the above things are whole lives, so we just go.."Uhhh, I think I'm just gonna go have a beer and watch football. Who cares about my wife and kids, if they have problems they'll figure them out. I just want to sit back and take it easy."

The world needs to know in 2006 and beyond, that heterosexual white Christian men are capable of being compassionate, understanding, respectful, respectable, intelligent, consistent, unselfish, and nurturing. What does this have to do with Abortion? Abortion is never any easy choice, it is very difficult. I know because I have been around it, although not directly involved. And I have seen those with the courage to take responsibility for the results of their sexual actions. And that was not (and is not) easy either. But you know what? Every life is precious, and every life deserves a chance. My goal is to adopt children once I am married, so that I can practice what I preach. That is the compassionate part of compassionate conservatism. And while I am not perfect, and while I screw up alot, I do know that I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Thanks....

At 3/07/2006 01:51:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

spineless liberal culture? as opposed to what, the conservative bastion of decency that Washington has become?

1. lone ranger - let's be honest here. the Republicans freed the slaves...which is why they lost the South to the Dems...until the Civil Rights movement when the Dems lost the South to the Republicans - Nixon and The Southern Strategy.

2. the american empire is going into the toilet, in spite of it being the most religious country in the Western industrialized world. much like the roman and the british empires before it, america has become arrogant, corrupt, and militaristic. I don't see how "turning to god" as you say will change this. I consider the Dali Lama to be a moral individual yet as a buddhist he does not believe in god or the soul.

3. abortion - this isn't China, we don't have a forced abortion and sterilization program. If you think abortion is immoral, then don't have an abortion. I think war is immoral, and yet it's forced on all the states by the federal government.

If you want to overturn Roe v Wade, have at it. abortion will be illegal in the Red States and safe and legal in the Blue States. Fine by me.


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